Warren girls' soccer team pitches in for the Swifts

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Members of Warren's under 14 girls' soccer team recently sponsored a fund-raiser for the Swift family; Natalie Swift was recently diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS. The girls include (front, from left) Allie Reavis, Caitlyn Moniz, Madeleine McNally, Kasey Masaitis, Victoria Bounovolonta and Jezalee Nunes; (middle, from left) Madison Withers, Annee Kopecky, Ashley Heald, Laura Marshall, Brianna Gendreau, Amanda Vieira and Allie DaSilva; at back are the Swifts (Neil, Natalie and kids). Not pictured are team members Erin and Mary Cowden.

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